Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Baking soda in your kitchen : Page 2

Food processors
To clean stains and foods from your blender or food processor use a cup of baking soda and a cup of water then turn on this kitchen appliance. The baking soda will cut through grease or dirt in your processor in no time at all. Simply rinsing with hot water will leave your appliance spot free.

Bread box
Do your containers or bread box smell a little stale or moldy? You can wipe out your container with baking soda and water for a great smell and clean you will notice.

You can remove stains from your pots and pans by sprinkling a little baking soda on the wet cloth or sponge that you are cleaning with. Do not use this method on non-stick pans or you could harm the finish of your pan.

Rubber gloves
Here’s a great tip – sprinkle a little baking soda inside your rubber gloves each time you are finished using them. This helps you slide them on easily and it will keep them from getting smelly when your hands sweat.

Wiping out your microwave with a water and baking soda paste will get stubborn stains out while deodorizing at the same time.

Steel wool pads
Do you only use your steel wool scrubbing pads once in a while, and find that they rust away faster than you use them? You can keep your steel wool from getting rusty by storing your wet steel wool in a container with baking soda between uses.

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